Thursday, June 28, 2012


This is a very easy and great idea to make for any side bread or accompaniment with cold cuts or cheese.  The trick is to find the right crusty bread from a good baker or boulangerie.

In this video I am using this Pan con Tomate as a Spanish-style tapa.

TAPAS:  There have been a few stories how tapas evolved.  One of them revolves around using a piece of meat to cover the bottle of wine so the smell doesn't go out.

Whatever the version of its origin, tapas in spain means bar hopping and eating small appetizers with a glass of drink.

Below is something I personally could serve or eat originating from a tapas idea.  Please watch the short video below.
If you should have any questions, please feel free to ask.

Sometimes, I would use prosciutto in place of the marinated sardines, marinated anchovies, Jambon Iberico (a special Spanish ham), or Prosciutto.

If you don't live in NYC, you can search Amazon on the right hand side for marinated anchovies,  marinated sardines, Jambon Iberico or Jambon Serrano.
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